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Adare appoints Sharon Frost as HR director

She joins the marketing communications firm from Cognita

Adare Sharon FrostAdare International has appointed Sharon Frost as human resources director, handing her responsibility for over 700 employees across 40 countries from the US to Asia Pacific.

She brings with her international experience gained from public and private equity companies in retail, media and private education.

Andrew Dutton, chief executive officer, said: “As part of our continued drive for growth, it is now, more than ever, vital that we invest in our most important asset, our employees.

“I am very confident that Sharon will make an immediate and long term impact on every aspect of our human resources strategy from how we recruit, to how we on-board and induct new employees, to how we develop, reward and recognise and importantly engage everyone on our exciting growth journey.”

Most recently, Frost was human resources director with education provider Cognita, which employs approximately 5,600 people.

She said: “I’m truly excited to be part of the Adare International team and I am delighted to have the opportunity to focus on the people agenda to ensure it dovetails with the fast growth plans and continues to invest in our highly creative and valuable people so they fulfil their aspirations, maximise their potential and have fun, enjoying what they do”.

7th December 2017

From: Marketing

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